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Winning the Universal Background Check War

M444ss Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 7:11 PM
"Partial" capitulation does not seem like the right answer. (Look where it got us over the last 100 years.)
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The Long, Slow March Into Tyranny

M444ss Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 7:07 PM
First, don't confuse the federal govt with state governments, each deriving their powers from different constitutions. Second, don't confuse a former MA governor with conservatives. (But, hey, you made a good shot at obfuscation, and your leftist friends will be proud of you.)
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The Long, Slow March Into Tyranny

M444ss Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 7:03 PM
Don't think small; think "Liberty Amendments"...and the write your state legislators.
"Is it necessary" premise...? When did necessity become a prerequisite for free enterprise?
How could this guy not win a huge law suit...you know, other than all the leftist judges and anti-religion jurors.
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Two Views of Capitalism

M444ss Wrote: Jan 10, 2015 6:23 PM
Two stories or 200... The actual history of the world shows that free-markets and property rights rapidly increase the standard of living for everyone, and evrything else that's been tried keeps all but a very few, powerful people very poor.
...otherwise, people like you will continue the persecution.
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The Best-Ever Argument for Federalism

M444ss Wrote: Jan 04, 2015 11:02 AM
Right on. Implement Levin's "Liberty Amendments" - except that we should implement the Fait Tax and repeal the 16th Amendment vice Levin's reformed income tax - and we'll be on our way to another two centuries of federalism-fueled prosperity.
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The Best-Ever Argument for Federalism

M444ss Wrote: Jan 04, 2015 10:59 AM
Right on. Implemement Levin's "Liberty Amendmants" - except implement the Fair Tax rather than a reformed income tax - and we'll be set for another two centuries of prosperity.
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